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Archer Fitzwith (Character)
from "Time of Your Life" (1999)

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  1. "Time of Your Life"
        - The Time the Millennium Approached (1999) TV episode, Played by Denis Arndt
        - The Time Sarah Got Her Shih-Tzu Together (1999) TV episode, Played by Denis Arndt
        - The Time She Came to New York (1999) TV episode, Played by Denis Arndt

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From "Time of Your Life: The Time She Came to New York (#1.1)" (1999)
Archer Fitzwith: Robin Merrin...
Sarah Reeves Merrin: I don't know the whole story. I know that you were in love with her. You directed her in a play starring her, and that's where you both fell in love. Uhm, William Landford told me that. The play happened between February and May '78, and I was born in January of '79, so you can see...
Archer Fitzwith: Yes.
Sarah Reeves Merrin: My name is Sarah. That's the name my adoptive parents gave me.
Archer Fitzwith: Sarah. Where is your mother?
Sarah Reeves Merrin: She's gone. She died about two years ago.
[he takes it hard, sits down, sighs]
Sarah Reeves Merrin: I know that this is a lot. And I don't know what I... expect to happen now exactly. I just know that it has been a long time. And that... you never came looking for me, but maybe... maybe you didn't know I was born. Is that it? I know that you're older, and...
Sarah Reeves Merrin: that you have a life... but I'm only twenty, you know, and I'm trying... trying to figure out who I am, and where I came from, and what that all means, so you matter to me.
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